Attach metal parts like ferrules to the wooden tools and implement handles.
What does a Handle Assembler do?
Attaches metal parts, such as webs and ferrules, to wooden tool and implement handles: Positions metal parts on handle, and drills holes for bolts or rivets, using portable power drill. Inserts bolts or rivets in holes, and tightens or fastens them, using handtools or riveting press. May stamp handles with name or size. May pack handles for shipment. May dip or spray handles to color or preserve them. May be designated according to handle assembled as Saw-Handle Assembler; Shovel-Handle Assembler; Snath-Handle Assembler.